Controversial Nairobi Business Community Member in Dreadlocks Identified
Is he a Mungiki or a police officer? details emerge
The Business Community associates were not your ordinary businessmen as they had rugged dreadlocks and a section of the public opined that they were members of the outlawed sec Mungiki.
This belief was affirmed by Suba MP John Mbadi, who alleged that Mungiki was working in cahoots with Gatundu South lawmaker Moses Kuria and other Jubilee leaders to disrupt NASA’s demos.
One of the Business Community members caught the attention of many as he had a striking resemblance to a riot police officers, who was spotted in full police regalia during a previous protest.
Photos of the man were circulated widely on social media with many speculating that he was a Mungiki disguising as a police officer.
In a report by the Standard, however, the man was identified as Charles Mwangi, an entrepreneur located in Kibra.
He has an Audio and Visual Studio named Ghetto Child where he offers video shooting and editing services.
“I was born here in Kibra, I went to Lang’ata Road Primary School and I have been a resident here for a long time. I have done many businesses, including being one of the first people to start repairing computers here,” he said.
He rubbished claims that he is a police officer noting that he does not even resemble the man in the photos on social media.
“That guy is dark and I heard after all this talk started that he is from Embu or Kirinyaga,” Mwangi was quoted by the local daily.
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